The Intel 32-bit Microprocessors: 80386, 80486, and Pentium Microprocessors
Coverage first concentrates on real-mode assembly language programming compatible with all versions of the Intel microprocessor family, and compares and contrasts advanced family member with the foundational 8086/8088. This building block presentation is effective because the Intel family units are so similar that learning advanced versions is easy once the basics are understood.
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THE MICROPROCESSOR AND ITS ARCHITECTURE
DATA MOVEMENT INSTRUCTIONS
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